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Why Refusing Mediation During a Lawsuit Can Be Costly

In a recently released decision, one of Ontario’s trial courts struck back at unreasonable litigants in an important decision involving a party’s refusal to mediate an action started years [...]

How to Become an Industry Leader

Would you like to get more leads and sales through your online presence? Or maybe you want to establish your authority on your topic? If you want to increase your credibility, boost sales and [...]

Researchers Studying Cannabis for Anti-seizure Medication

We’ve lost many years of potentially important research on the use of cannabis as medicine because of polarized views of the “weed” among researchers, policymakers and the general public. On one [...]

More Females Likely to Increase Audience Engagement

What would happen if news media struggling to survive applied the productivity mantra “What gets measured gets done” to the sources they quote? Business research, Hollywood sales data, and [...]

Where Are You Doing Things Half Way?

Recently I had an interesting view of someone well-intentioned but who only went half the distance in what he was doing, and it got me to thinking about how many businesses are doing the same [...]

Becoming an Authentic Leader

Leadership, when assessed from a distance, is somewhat elusive. Four scholars that are well known in the Academy of Management, one of the largest leadership and management organizations in the [...]

U.S. Must Follow Canada’s lead to Invite Tribes into Columbia River Treaty Negotiation

Since 1964, the Columbia River Treaty (CRT) has played a key role in governing river flows and management priorities in the transboundary Columbia River Basin. Since last May, the federal [...]

Canadian Museum of History Celebrates Indigenous architecture

The Canadian Museum of History is proud to showcase Canada’s critically acclaimed entry in the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale. UNCEDED – Voices of the Land is an innovative, immersive [...]

LiUNA: Exclusive with Joseph Mancinelli

Exclusive with Joseph Mancinelli, leader of the nation’s largest and most successful labour union As business navigates through the 21st century it has become abundantly clear that the need for [...]

Where Does the Inflation Rate Come From, Anyway?

The recent controversy about Statistics Canada’s plans to collect a range of detailed financial data has, understandably, focused on questions of privacy. But the role of a country’s national [...]

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